Pocket Notebook: Samuel Morse (3-pack)

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Pocket Notebook: Samuel Morse (3-pack)

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Set of three 3.75” x 5.5” PUR glue bound notebooks. 64 pages of lined paper. 100% American made in Baltimore, Maryland.

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A truly sophisticated man, Samuel Morse is credited with creating America's first telegraph system, and the namesake for the transmission code used worldwide. Lesser known to most, Samuel Morse was a highly accomplished oil painter in his time. Many of his fine paintings hang in museums across the globe.  

  • Sold as a boxed set of 3 notebooks

  • 3.75” x 5.5” PUR glue bound notebook with lined pages

  • 100# cover stock with letterpress details

  • 64 interior pages of 70# paper stock, selected to perform best with most writing implements.

  • Printed line size 1/4", printed with vegetable-based inks 

  • 100% American made in Baltimore, MD